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Cruise Control (It's All About Attitude #3)

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What good is a second chance if you don't take a risk? That's what limo driver Anna Jackson asks when the seriously hot Marc Lewis climbs in her car. She's changed her looks, her career and now it's time to shed the conservative habits of a lifetime. And seducing Marc is the best way to do that. Sure, he's her client--sort of off-limits--but she's not wrong about the invit ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Harlequin
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willaful
3 1/2 stars. Anna and Marc only plan on having a no-strings fling, but to their bemusement, find it developing into something more. But after having had breast cancer, Anna is afraid of commiting to an actual relationship.

This was longer than it needed to be, and took a while to get going. I found all the stuff about Anna being too uptight or moral to have a fling kind of pointless, since it's established that she's determined to change her life and go for the gusto. It seemed like a gesture to
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Ms_prue
So you know how some Blazes are all "here is a guy and a gal, here is their insta-lust, now we have established their insta-lust let's never bother developing their characters again"? Well, in this book, the characters are fab. They grow, they develop; they're genuinely adorable, responsible adults. Mayberry avoids the dreaded purple prose (I know a Harlequin/M&B is good when at no point in the story do I stop and go, there's a word I wouldn't have used), so there's another win. The only wei ...more
Megan
Anna Jackson, a young breast cancer survivor, has left her law practice to start her own business as a chauffeur. Part of her brand new lifestyle is to take chances and live life to the fullest, and instead of struggling against her attraction to client Marc Lewis, she embarks on a full-fledged, no-strings-attached fling. Marc himself, still fraught from his painful divorce, is not looking for a relationship either. The two, however, find themselves developing an emotional intimacy beyond what t ...more
Deirdre
Anna Jackson had Breast Cancer, just before she went in for her operation to have the cancerous growth removed she decided that life was too short and she was going to have fun. Gone was the lawyer and here was a woman with a list, a list of things that she wanted to do, and wanted to do soon. Cause you know what, you never know what's around the corner.

One of the things she wants to do is have some fun sex with a few people. So she takes some advice from her brother and plans that this is her n
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Maureen
Jul 20, 2008 Maureen rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommended to Maureen by: I found it on the tube.
From Mills and Boon's raunchy new Blaze series. A lawyer-turned-cancer-survivor-turned-female-chauffeur-with-Annie-Lennox-hair meets a recently-divorced-IT-magnate and they both feel a very strong compulsion to have each other and explode inside each other and so on. Which they very quickly do.

But because of her cancer fears and his divorce and both their issues with their parents, or something, they don't want to get into a relationship. That would be a terrible thing, despite both being singl
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RedBecca
I love Sarah Mayberry but this one didn't quite grab me.

But it could just be me. I bought 2 rather large lots of Harlequin books on Amazon and am up to my eyeballs with blazing red book covers and have been trying to put a dent in them. Maybe I've reached my Harlequin threshold and need to take a break. The last 3 I tried to read I spent most of my reading time rolling my eyes and groaning at the Velveeta cheesiness that I usually enjoy. I couldn't even stomach them enough to finish them and pu
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Katie
So cute. I was wary of the story because of the negative reviews, and it did start off questionably, but it was adorable and hot.

The build up of their relationship was believable, the pacing of the book was great. A lot to like here.
Kim
For some reason, I have the hardest time getting invested in contemporary romances set in Australia.
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Sarah Mayberry was born in Melbourne, Australia, and is the middle of three children. From the time that she first “stole” paper from kindergarten and stapled it together to make “books,” Sarah has always wanted to be a writer. In line with this ambition, on graduation from high school she completed a bachelor of arts degree majoring in professional writing, then sat down to write a book. When ins ...more
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“Suddenly he caught his reflection in the mirror behind her. His face was twisted into a dark scowl, and he was standing there naked, with a boner, and another man’s business card in his hand.
He looked like a dick.”
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